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    Army MWR library question

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    I was wondering if anyone has a library card for an army mwr library. Did you get an actual card where you submitted an email and have used the online library portal. I want to check out the language program listed but I can't make it work. Not sure if I actually signed up or am totally imagining it. I remember talking to the librarian but that's it. Anyone ever used it or set up their account with it?
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    I have an MWR library card and an online account. Did you sign up online with your library card number and create a pin to log-in? Why don't you just try making an account with your library card?

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    I have an MWR library card and an online account. Did you sign up online with your library card number and create a pin to log-in? Why don't you just try making an account with your library card?

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    I have an MWR library card and an online account. Did you sign up online with your library card number and create a pin to log-in? Why don't you just try making an account with your library card?

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    I have an MWR and it used our id cards. No special library card.
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    My MWR account is based off our ID cards. No library cards for us. That is at the Landstuhl Lib though.
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    My MWR account is based off our ID cards. No library cards for us. That is at the Landstuhl Lib though.
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    The mwr library here uses your ID as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DakotaCowgirl View Post
    My MWR account is based off our ID cards. No library cards for us. That is at the Landstuhl Lib though.
    Quote Originally Posted by *Emma* View Post
    The mwr library here uses your ID as well.
    You can use your I.D. to check out books and instead of an MRW card in general I believe, though, to make an online account for e-books and language learning that you have to go into the library and get an actual library card.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DakotaCowgirl View Post
    My MWR account is based off our ID cards. No library cards for us. That is at the Landstuhl Lib though.
    Quote Originally Posted by *Emma* View Post
    The mwr library here uses your ID as well.
    You can use your I.D. to check out books and instead of an MRW card in general I believe, though, to make an online account for e-books and language learning that you have to go into the library and get an actual library card.

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